A criminal conviction of any kind is a serious matter. A criminal conviction can impact your ability to obtain employment and have many other adverse consequences.
While Texas does have very tough criminal laws, there may be ways to improve your situation if you have been arrested. Contact criminal defense attorney Bruce Ashworth to learn more.
Bruce Ashworth has been fighting on behalf of the criminally accused for more than 30 years. He may be able to help you obtain an expunction or an order of nondisclosure:
- Expunction: If you were arrested but were not convicted, you may be eligible for an expunction.
- Nondisclosure: If you are not eligible for an expunction, you may be eligible for an order of nondisclosure. An order of nondisclosure means that your record is not available for public viewing. Please note: Police and courts still have access to the records. In addition, there are exceptions. For example, medical schools and certain other institutions of higher learning may access the records. Many people seek an order of nondisclosure to help improve their chances of obtaining employment or for housing purposes, including apartment leases.
Contact Bruce Ashworth to learn more. He is pleased to offer a free consultation. He can help you understand your options.
Contact A Texas Expunction And Nondisclosure Order Lawyer
From his office in Arlington, Bruce Ashworth serves clients throughout North Texas. To schedule a consultation with Arlington expunction attorney Bruce Ashworth, call 817-789-4717 or contact him by email.